Magnitude Noetix Analytics Provides the Broadest, Deepest Coverage of Any Packaged Data Warehouse for Oracle E-Business Suite

With packaged data models that reflect your unique Oracle EBS implementation, Magnitude Noetix Analytics delivers the fastest time to value of any BI solution in the market. Business professionals are empowered with the ability to answer their own questions enabling fact-based decisions.

Information technology professionals not only appreciate the reduced report backlog, but also the open architecture of the solution, integrating data from virtually any third-party or custom application that supplies users with an enterprise-wide view.

The information below identifies dozens of Oracle E-Business Suite applications supported by Noetix Analytics. Noetix Analytics also provides support for

Financial Applications

Financial information is instrumental in assessing company performance. It is critical that business managers have access to timely financial information to correct problems before it is too late and exploit opportunities before they disappear. Noetix Analytics provides near-real time and daily snapshots of financial information that allows users to drill from their summary financial reports to account balances, journals, and into the sub ledgers.


Key features include the ability to analyze General Ledger balances, perform variance analysis comparing budget vs. actuals, drill down to journal entry details as well as into the Payables, Receivables, and Assets subledgers.

Payables managers can perform detailed analyses of AP invoices, invoice holds, payments, payment schedules, discounts, and checks and have full access to AP distributions.

Receivables managers can analyze AR invoices, adjustments, cash receipts. They can also analyze aging information to spot slow paying accounts. Costs can be joined with invoices to enable margin and profitability analysis by customer and product. Receivables managers also have full access to AR distributions to assist in the period close and reconciliation process. Receivables managers can also assess the company’s on-time shipment performance to their clients as compared to the requested and promised dates.

Fixed asset administrators can analyze asset histories – when assets moved in and out of service – depreciation rates and amounts, valuation adjustments, and retirements. They can also examine asset distributions to reconcile asset activity with the general ledger. Lastly, they can analyze lease schedules and payment details.

Coverage for: General Ledger, Payables, Employee Expenses, Receivables and Advanced Collections, Assets, Subledger Accounting, E-Business Tax, Global Accounting Engine, Advanced Global, Intercompany System, Working Capital

Key Performance Indicators (partial list)

Finance KPIs
Revenue, COGS, Gross Margin, Operating Expenses, Net Operating Income, Budget vs. Actuals Variance, Current and Long Term Assets, Current and Long Term Liabilities, Equity, Return on Assets, Return on Equity, other Profitability and Liquidity ratios

Payables KPIs
Spend by Vendor, Payables Balances by Vendor, Discounts Taken, Discounts Missed, Employee Expenses, Top Spenders, Payments Forecast

Receivables KPIs
Receivables Balances and Aging, On-Time Payments, Late Payments, On-Time Shipments, Customer and Product Margins and Profitability, Revenue by Customer, Top Customers, Receivables Forecast

Assets KPIs
Depreciation, Depreciation Rates, Assets Adjustments, Lease payments, New Assets Placed In Service, Asset Retirements

Answers (partial list)

  • How do my actuals compare to my budget?
  • Which journals comprise a specific account balance?
  • Which invoices correspond to a specific journal entry?
  • Who are our top customers?
  • What is our AR aging?
  • What customer invoices are past due and by how much?
  • What is the margin by customer by product?


Coverage for: Project Costing, Project Billing

Asset Lifecycle Management

Coverage for: Enterprise Asset Management, Property Management

Supply Chain Applications

Manufacturers and distributors are constantly developing innovative ways to streamline their supply chains and improve working capital efficiency. The most effective supply chain strategies are those that involve collaboration across trading partners, requiring a substantial amount of real-time information to be shared across the supply chain. Noetix Analytics provides critical operational information needed to not only optimize your own performance, but to also improve coordination with your suppliers and customers to reduce costs and capital requirements while improving margins and service.

Supply Chain

Key features include the ability to track corporate spending and measure vendor performance. Purchasing managers can analyze spend by vendor, item, buyer, ship-to and bill-to locations. They can also monitor PO approvals; view requisitions, purchase orders, PO and shipping schedules; measure vendor lead times, on-time shipments, and product quality information. They can also analyze requisition and PO distributions.

Coverage for: Purchasing, Order Management, Inventory, Advanced Product Catalog, Advanced Pricing

Key Performance Indicators (partial list)

Procurement KPIs
Spend by vendor, item, buyer, ship-to and bill-to; PO lead-times; on-time shipments vs. need by date; on-time shipments vs. promise date; order complete %; quantity ordered, billed, received, accepted and rejected.

Answers (partial list)

  • Who are our largest suppliers?
  • What is the cost of an item across our suppliers?
  • What are our vendor lead times?
  • What is our vendor order performance – complete and on-time?
  • What is our vendor quality performance – quantity and % of items rejected?

Discrete Manufacturing

Key features include the ability to monitor nearly every aspect of the manufacturing process from demand forecasting and manufacturing planning, to engineering and the bill of material, work-in-process, and quality.

Manufacturing planners can analyze overall demand and forecast accuracy and assess how well manufacturing output lines up with demand.

Engineering managers can monitor change orders and analyze their impact on product costs.

Manufacturing managers can assess manufacturing output, scrap and rework versus plans and analyze cost variances.

Distribution managers can analyze demand relative to the distribution of inventory across manufacturing and warehouse facilities.

Quality managers can measure the goods produced relative to quality standards to measure the defect rate.

Cost accountants can analyze cost of goods, set standard costs, identify and quantify cost savings opportunities, and measure overall cost of goods.

Coverage for: Bills of Material, Inventory, Cost Management, Engineering, Master Scheduling / MRP, Work in Process, and Quality

Key Performance Indicators (partial list)

Engineering, Bill of Material and Costing KPIs
Change orders, substitutions, standard material, direct labor, overhead, contract manufacturing costs, usage variance

Master Scheduling / MRP and WIP, Inventory KPIs
Forecast accuracy, demand and supply by inventory location, demand and supply exceptions, WIP inventory; WIP lead time; onhand and in-transit inventory balances

Quality KPIs
Sample rate, pass/failure rate %

Answers (partial list)

    • What is our inventory position by item?
    • What items are below safety stock levels by location?
    • What is our cost variance and what are the causes?
    • What is our forecast accuracy by plant and item?
    • What is our manufacturing quality performance?

Process Manufacturing

Key features include the ability to monitor various aspects of process manufacturing from product development to manufacturing execution, product costing, inventory management, including lot tracking.

Manufacturing planners can analyze forecast vs actual production variances and exceptions and plan future manufacturing schedules.

Product development managers can review current recipes and formulas and test new formulations.

Manufacturing managers can monitor routing steps, operations and batch steps. They can also assess yield, waste, scrap, and rework versus plans and analyze variances.

Distribution managers can analyze demand relative to the distribution of inventory across manufacturing and warehouse facilities. They can also perform lot tracking aging analysis.

Quality managers can measure the quality of goods produced to ensure FDA and other appropriate standards are met.

Cost accountants can perform lot costing, analyze overall cost of goods and cost variances, set standard costs, identify and quantify cost savings opportunities.

Coverage for: Process Manufacturing Development, Process Execution, Process Manufacturing Financials, Process Manufacturing Inventory (11i)

Key Performance Indicators (partial list)

Oracle Process Manufacturing KPIs
Forecast vs. actual production, standard vs. actual usage variance, yield, material, resource, direct labor, and overhead costs, yield, scrap and rework amount, quality pass/fail, inventory aging/expiration

Answers (partial list)

  • What is our actual vs. forecast production by item?
  • What is our inventory aging?
  • Which items are nearing expiration?
  • What is our cost variance and what are the causes?
  • What is our yield, scrap and rework amounts?
  • What is our manufacturing quality performance?

Advanced Planning & Scheduling

Coverage for: Advanced Supply Chain Planning

Sales and Service Applications

Companies that maximize customer value take a long term approach to managing their customer relationships. From the time you first engage a prospect, through taking their first order, to servicing them after the sale, you need to collect and aggregate all of this information to provide a holistic 360 degree view of your customer. Catching service problems early gives you a competitive edge, ensuring customer loyalty.


Coverage for: Quoting, Incentive Compensation, Salesforce Sales Cloud, Campaign and Opportunity Management


Coverage for: Service Contracts, TeleService, Install Base, Depot Repair, Field Service, Salesforce Service Cloud

HR Applications

In an increasingly knowledge-based global economy, people are an enterprise’s most valuable asset. Tracking turnover, assignments, and competencies ensures that organizations can get the most out of their people while also providing for appropriate rewards, training, and growth opportunities.

Human Resources

Coverage for: Human Resources, Learning Management, Time and Labor

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Ney was previously Co-Founder and President of Silverback Enterprise Group, where the team completed the strategic acquisition of nine industry-leading enterprise software companies and leveraged their synergies to build two powerful new entities: Magnitude Software and Upland Software. Magnitude Software offers a family of award-winning solutions for enterprise performance management, master data management and data connectivity. Upland Software (Nasdaq: UPLD) went public in late 2014 and is a leading provider of cloud-based enterprise work management software with over 2,000 active enterprise customers and more than 235,000 active users in more than 50 countries.

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Kevin oversees global financial operations for Magnitude Software.

Bringing more than 25 years of financial experience to Magnitude Software, Kevin is responsible for a number of areas of the business, including Finance, Accounting, Legal and Information Technology.

Kevin’s background includes building and transforming financial teams into high-performing units, implementing systems and processes focused on cost savings and efficiency, and raising nearly $100 million in investor capital. He served as Senior Vice President of Finance for Multimedia Games Inc. and Capstar Broadcasting Corporation. Under his financial leadership, the market values of both companies increased more than tenfold.

Kevin is a certified public accountant and holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Texas Tech University.


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General Manager, Magnitude Applications

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A seasoned IT and consulting executive with a 20-year track record leading teams to drive customer success across diverse industries, Bill previously served as BIAS’ Vice President of Services overseeing the successful delivery of solutions across the Public Sector and Commercial markets. Prior to BIAS, Bill served for over a decade at Oracle Corporation as an applications consultant, project manager, senior operations director, and consulting executive.

He developed the foundation of his leadership skills while serving as a Cavalry Scout in the Kentucky Army National Guard.

Bill holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from the University of Louisville.


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An accomplished data management and big data marketplace leader, Tony previously served as the SVP, Business Development & Strategy at Zaloni, an award-winning enterprise data lakes management provider; prior to that role, he was Vice President, Data Collaboration & Integration at Progress Software, where he led the business line’s strategic direction and operations.

Prior to Progress, Tony was the CEO of Dataflux Corporation. He also served as Director of data warehouse technology at SAS. A key technology leader at SAS, Tony provided the engineering research and development direction that helped make SAS the market leader in data warehouse software sales.

Tony earned a Degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from Duke University.


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Darren spearheads the development, execution and management of strategic opportunities and key customer accounts across our portfolio.

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Previously, Darren served as CTO and Group Vice President of Product Management at Kalido; prior to that role, he was the Lead Solutions Architect and Manager of Professional Services in the United Kingdom. He also worked in senior consulting positions for companies such as Royal Dutch Shell and British Telecom.

Darren received a degree in Management from Intec College in Cape Town, ,South Africa, and studied Economics at the University of Stellenbosch.


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Executive Vice President,
Corporate Development and Strategy

Mihir is responsible for Magnitude Software’s acquisition and organic strategy.

Mihir has over a decade of experience leading acquisitions and strategy. During this period, he led several public and private company acquisitions, divestitures, and minority and majority equity investments.

Previously, Mihir was M&A Executive for IBM’s Information Management Software division, executing IBM’s inorganic strategy through M&A and strategic partnerships. He also served as Operating Executive for private equity firm, Golden Gate Capital, and as Vice President for Corporate Development at Aspect Software.

Mihir holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and Master of Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute.


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Karen earned a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism from St. Michael’s College in Vermont.